In The Media
Reprinted from the June 27, 2018, issue of U.S. 1 Newspaper Jersey Physical Therapy, now in its 16th year, prides itself on providing patient-centric care, concentrating on the physical limitation that brought the patient to them, as well as a more holistic approach to the underlying causes of pain and physical limitations. Rubenstein, Hunt & Moore Lead The Way Owners Marc Rubenstein, Geoffrey Hunt, and Sean Moore stress the importance of individual relationships with patients. “The patient experience is paramount...
In the fall of 2010, Rutgers football player Eric LeGrand suffered an injury that would change his life dramatically. While tackling a player from Army he sustained a fracture to the C3 and C4 vertebrae in his neck. As a result of this injury, he had spinal cord damage that left him paralyzed from the neck down. This injury required 9 hours of surgery to stabilize his spine; after this surgery, his doctors gave him a 0 to 5 percent...
Just as a reduction in resistance training can make us weaker and fewer miles on the treadmill can reduce our cardiovascular fitness levels, maintaining good balance as you age requires a continued effort, says physical therapist Geoffrey Hunt, PT, OCS, of Jersey Physical Therapy. (more…)
Jersey Physical Therapy brings back familiar face. (more…)
Jersey Physical Therapy was a primary sponsor for the Run with the Vikings At South Brunswick High School. (more…)
The team at Jersey Physical Therapy recently welcomed former physical therapy aide Lindsey Balint, PT, DPT, Cert. MDT back to its staff, though this time as a doctor of physical therapy. (more…)
Researchers from the Netherlands recently found that a combination of supervised strength and aerobic training during the early stages of breast cancer treatment reduces fatigue while helping patients increase muscle fitness. (more…)
October is National Physical Therapy Month, and physical therapist Sean Moore, PT, MPT, of Jersey Physical Therapy would like to take the opportunity to remind people about the important role improved and restored movement has on improving society. (more…)
From homework and tests to extra-curricular activities, students already shoulder plenty of weight during back-to-school time. Their backpacks should be the least of their worries, says physical therapist Marc Rubenstein, DPT, of Jersey Physical Therapy. (more…)
When Joon Park, 78, first walked into Jersey Physical Therapy’s Kendall Park clinic last winter, the osteoarthritis in his lower back was keeping him up at night and making it difficult for him to exercise. He couldn’t walk for more than 5 minutes due to the pain in him back and leg, which is a tough pill to swallow for an avid golfer looking forward to the local courses re-opening in the spring. (more…)